Row of Corvairs face '42 DeSoto Custom Coupe as it rolls past.
'37 Hudson "74" with dramatic waterfall grille arrived from Ontario.
Front-wheel-drive '37 Cord Supercharged Phaeton one of only 192 ever produced.
Some cars at show, such as '22 Reo T-6 7-Passenger Touring, play orphan role better than others.
'51 Kaiser Traveler Deluxe has fold-flat rear seats and room for two adults to sleep.
'51 Kaiser Deluxe Coupe won judges' award among Kaiser entries.
Kaiser historian Gilbert Chestney with award-winning '51 Deluxe Coupe.
Pint-sized '51 Crosley "Farm O Road" Utility Vehicle.
David Fleisher brought '59 Rambler Ambassador from Ohio and won judges' award for AMC entries.
Row of '60 DeSoto Fireflites makes way past review stand.
'57 DeSoto Firedome 4-door hardtop parades through show grounds.
Beautifully preserved '32 DeSoto SC-6 parked next to green '41 DeSoto Custom sedan.
Hood ornament of '49 Packard Super 8.
'57 Imperial 4-door makes way through show grounds.
White '58 Studebaker Golden Hawk and orange Studebaker Skyhawk.
Interior of '63 Studebaker Avanti lovingly preserved.
'61 Champ among row of Studebaker pickups.
'63 Ghia 1500 GT coupe shares classic Jaguar E-type lines.
Orphan car show incomplete without green '76 AMC Pacer and red '75 model.
Small but functional '48 Crosley Pickup.
Ypsilanti, MI, hosts the 17th annual Orphan Car Show, dedicated to vehicles manufactured no later than 1964. In all, 256 vehicles registered for the event and were divided into 16 categories. (See related story: Orphan Cars Find Home in Ypsilanti)
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